Re: Life span of typical power supply
- From: "Jan Alter" <bearpuf@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 14 Sep 2008 10:46:27 -0400
"Man-wai Chang ToDie (33.6k)" <toylet.toylet@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Is there anything that has trigged that thought?
I would be thinking more if the mainboard, cpu, RAM, and graphics card
are still keeping up with my needs on a 4 year old computer.
Fire reports from over-heated electrical appliances. Of course, cheap
appliances might not be using good transformer circuits...
Should I replace the alternator on my 8 year old Toyota?
There is nothing specific that tells me to do that, but I should be
changing the oil and oil filter after a specific mileage.
Have faith. 'If it ain't broke......'
Can't compare a power supply to a big car. Electronics vs
@~@ Might, Courage, Vision, SINCERITY.
Well a PS does have a fan, which would make it electro-mechanical, and it's
the alternator only, not the whole car.
I certainly appreciate the idea of blowing out the dust, and even possibly
changing the fan if it were noisy.
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